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Outgoing Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine hosted his last call-in radio show this morning and greeted a guest who employed a surprise moniker:

“Barry from DC.”

Turned out to be none other than Pennsylvania Avenue resident Barack Obama.

“Barry” dialed in to “Ask The Governor” to pay tribute to the man he almost picked for vice president and did tap for Democratic Party chair — after first joking that he wanted to complain about traffic in Northern Virginia.

“Rather than go there, I just wanted to say how proud we are of your service as governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia,” the president told Kaine.

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